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CHAOS (Kardia Chronicles, #1) - Community Reviews back

by Christine O'Neil
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The Book Hammock (Eleanor)
The Book Hammock (Eleanor) rated it 7 years ago
Greek mythology seems to be the new vampire. And you know what? I’m fine with it. It’s interesting, it’s around us and it’s romantic (not necessarily “swoon” romantic.)Maggie Raynard lived a normal life with her parents and grandmother for 16 years. When she was a girl her father died. When she turn...
Obsession with Books
Obsession with Books rated it 7 years ago
Review: 3 ½ out of 5 stars Chaos is the first book in the Kardia Chronicles by Christine O’Neil and was a nice start to the series.Our protagonist is sixteen-year old Maggie Raynard who has the unusual ability to use her fingers as weapons of mass destruction when she is angry; she is a semi-god, a ...
alifeboundbybooks
alifeboundbybooks rated it 7 years ago
Very entertaining and thrilling YA story. Once finished it felt like it's setting up for some major things to happen in the coming book(s) for Mag's and Mac. Full review to follow soon for the blog tour.
Such A Novel Idea
Such A Novel Idea rated it 7 years ago
For this review & more, visit Such A Novel Idea.Why You Should Buy ItA fresh twist on an ancient story, Chaos will make you laugh, tear up, and fall in love with this descendant of the goddess of love herself.My Thoughts*I received this e-book in exchange for an honest review via the author/publishe...
Love Books! Book Reviews
Love Books! Book Reviews rated it 7 years ago
Where do I even start? I loved this book. I was so eager to get my hands on it and when I did I was so happy. I am a freak for anything containing Mythology. So I eagerly dove into this book all while hoping I wouldn’t be disappointed like I have been so many times in the past. It started out kind o...
Diane's Book Blog
Diane's Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
4 ½ of 5 StarsMaggie Raynard is not a normal teenage girl. She is a semi-god, descended from Aphrodite, the goddess of love. You would think that wouldn’t be bad thing, except for a lot of semi-gods receive negative powers. In her case, they are like succubus sucking the love from things or peopl...
My Library in the Making
My Library in the Making rated it 7 years ago
(View this review on My Library in the Making.)I don't know what exactly I expected from Chaos, but it's certainly far from what I got. This take on mythology is fresh and unique, but to be honest, what kept me reading was the characters; they all had spunk for days and I could read about them even ...
Rabid Reading
Rabid Reading rated it 7 years ago
**Find this and other reviews at The Demon Librarian**Hell to the Yeah! What an exciting start to a new YA paranormal series! Featuring an engaging heroine, a sexy and mysterious hero, and a well-crafted world, CHAOS scored high across the board for me. The story is easy to follow and clips along at...
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